Program Manager, London Law Program
Mary Denyer joined the Notre Dame Law School London as the Program Manager in December 2021. In this role she manages the logistical aspects of the London Law Program and works closely with the Program Director. She acts as the on-site registrar working closely with the main campus and is the main liaison between the London Law Students and the Faculty. She is also responsible for planning all of the events for the London Law Program including orientation and pre-departure meetings as well as the trips that are an integral part of the Program.
Before this she was the Assistant Secretary & Head of Scholarship Administration of the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission for 20 years. She has worked on all four of the largest British Government sponsored Scholarships: Marshall, Chevening, Commonwealth and Fulbright.
Mary has a BA(Hons) in American Studies and History from the University College of Ripon and York St John (University of Leeds) and a PG Dip in Higher and Professional Education from the Institute of Education, University of London. She also spent a semester at the University of South Florida.
Mary is a Director and Trustee of the Harkness Fellows Foundation and has served as a trustee for UKCISA and was a member of the Programmes Committee of the Royal Commonwealth Society. She is an active participant in the US National Association of Fellowship Advisors (NAFA), where she presents sessions on British Education.
In her spare time Mary is a keen netball player and a B qualified umpire.